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The Sartorial Geek is a podcast for the geek in all of us. We focus on pop culture, girl power, and cool stories told by cool people. Brought to you by the team at Jordandene.
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The Sartorial Geek is a podcast for the geek in all of us. We focus on pop culture, girl power, and cool stories told by cool people. Brought to you by the team at Jordandene.
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    Hire a VA with Pixie Pickaxe Creative

    Hire a VA with Pixie Pickaxe Creative

    This episode is sponsored by Geeklery, the small batch fandom jewelry brand of your dreams. Make sure to follow them @geeklery because their small batch collections change often!

    Have you ever hired a VA? Thought of working with one? Even know what that is?
    If you’re a tired or overwhelmed business owner, this episode is for you. If you’re very organized and like helping other people stay organized, this episode is also for you!
    Andra Hermann of Pixie Pickaxe Creative walks us through the wild world of Virtual Assistants. She tells us about her unexpected journey to becoming a VA and explains the ways a well-suited VA can help businesses of any size. Honestly, recording this episode made me wish I had hired help like this ten years ago!
    To learn more about Andra and her VA business, follow her on Instagram and head to her website.
    Have a great week, and stay nerdy!

    Special thanks to our executive producers for this episode Galaxy Gear Boutique, Kal-Elle, LoganArch, and Karen Hallion.
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    • 27 min
    Understanding PR with Kosi Harris

    Understanding PR with Kosi Harris

    Thank you, NW Nerd, for sponsoring today’s episode! NW Nerd is a podcast chronicling the people and the passions that make geek life so great. These are the stories that make us nerds. Listen wherever you listen to podcasts and follow online at @nw_nerd.
    For our third episode in this SG Small Business series, please welcome your friendly neighborhood publicist Kosi Harris.
    Before I started working with Kosi, I really didn’t understand the difference between PR and marketing. Thankfully I had Kosi to explain that to me, and luckily now you do, too!
    I’ve been fortunate enough to work with Kosi in different ways over the past few years, and I’m really glad you get to meet her now. If you’re considering expanding your business with publicity, I hope this episode gives you some insight into questions to ask yourself ahead of time and ways to get your business ready for PR.
    If you have any questions or would like to inquire about working with her, please follow Kosi at @kosi_harris_pr. 
    Have a great week, and stay nerdy!

    Special thanks to our executive producers for this episode Galaxy Gear Boutique, Kal-Elle, LoganArch, and Karen Hallion.
    If you enjoyed this episode, you might love the rest of our episodes! Click here to browse the archives.
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    • 21 min
    Creative Whirlwind with Mallory Shoemaker

    Creative Whirlwind with Mallory Shoemaker

    If you’re looking for fun ways to sport your geekiness, may we recommend Galaxy Gear Boutique. Galaxy Gear Boutique is the place to go for ready-to-ship items like headbands, scarves, and scrunchies to custom sewn clothing items like gloves, kimonos, and leggings. Follow @GalaxyGearBoutique for the latest!

    Welcome to the second episode of our SG Small Business series with special guest Mallory Shoemaker!
    Mallory and I have been working together for years, and I’m so excited to talk with her about the behind the scenes of being a creative. We talk all about the whirlwind of doing all kinds of creative projects at all kinds of capacities: hobby, freelance, and full time!
    If you’ve ever been overwhelmed by creative possibility, this episode is for you. If you’ve ever felt like every other creative person must have a path straight from the heavens and you’re constantly struggling to find the way, this episode is for you. If you feel alone on your creative journey, we hope you fell less alone after chatting with us.
    Also! Mallory has a Kickstarter that you should absolutely check out (and share and back if you can!).
    Alright, friends. Have a great week, and stay nerdy.

    Special thanks to our executive producers for this episode Geeklery, Galaxy Gear Boutique, NW Nerd Podcast, LoganArch, Kal-Elle, and Karen Hallion.
    If you enjoyed this episode, you might love the rest of our episodes! Click here to browse the archives.

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    • 29 min
    SG Business School with Rose del Vecchio

    SG Business School with Rose del Vecchio

    This week’s episode is sponsored by the wonderful geeky illustrator Karen Hallion. Click here to check out her beautiful art and her Patreon!

    This episode marks the beginning of a special series dedicated to our geeky small business owners.
    Each week for the next (?) weeks, we’re chatting with fellow nerdy business owners about the behind the scenes of running their brands. Our hope is to help each other prepare for the holiday season and feel less alone in this chaotic journey of entrepreneurship.
    First up is Rose del Vecchio, co-founder of FanMailBox and Charmed: Box of Shadows.
    In this episode Rose and I discuss the different forms our business ownership has taken: as a hobby, as a full time job, and as a side gig while working various hourly/salaried positions.
    We talk about the difficulties in trying to have enough time and energy to do *everything* as well as the perceived shame in not running your business full time.
    I hope this conversation is helpful to anyone trying to navigate how to pay themselves while also following their dreams. And if there’s anything specific you’d like us to cover in this series, please let me know!
    Have a great week, and stay nerdy.

    Special thanks to our executive producers for this episode Geeklery, Galaxy Gear Boutique, NW Nerd Podcast, LoganArch, Kal-Elle, and Karen Hallion.
    If you enjoyed this episode, you might love the rest of our episodes! Click here to browse the archives.
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    • 34 min
    The Shepherd with Andrea + Roberto Molinari

    The Shepherd with Andrea + Roberto Molinari

    Thank you, NW Nerd, for sponsoring today’s episode! NW Nerd is a podcast chronicling the people and the passions that make geek life so great. These are the stories that make us nerds. Listen wherever you listen to podcasts and follow online at @nw_nerd.
    This week we have a special thank you for our Patrons: Laisea, Paula, Jess, Audrey, Wendy, and Julia. We appreciate you so much and all you’ve done to support The Sartorial Geek. To join them, head to patreon.com/sartorialgeek.

    This week we have our first father/son guest duo: Andrea and Roberto Molinari!
    Andrea is a comic book writer and creator, co-creating and writing (along with his son, Roberto) The Shepherd series. In addition, he is an editor with Scout Comics, Caliber Comics and has also worked with Amigo Comics in this capacity.
    The Shepherd is a supernatural thriller comic book series set in the afterlife. Prof. Lawrence Miller falls into a dark vortex of guilt and anger after enduring the tragic death of his teenage son. He cannot shake the sense that his son is now a lost soul, wandering between heaven and earth. Grieving and profoundly disturbed, he pursues his son into the afterlife. 
    Once on the other side, he encounters his deceased father and is given a mystical pendant of great power. Unfortunately, in Lawrence’s hands it becomes a weapon that allows him to unleash his fury on those who caused his son’s death, leaving a trail of insanity and chaos in his wake. His existence becomes a terrifying conflict between his unchecked anger and his dawning understanding that he has lost his way.
    If you’d like to read The Shepherd yourself (and we highly recommend you do), you can head to theshepherdcomic.com. You can also follow along on Twitter!
    Thanks so much for listening, and stay nerdy!

    Special thanks to our executive producers for this episode Geeklery, Galaxy Gear Boutique, NW Nerd Podcast, LoganArch, and Karen Hallion.
    If you enjoyed this episode, you might love the rest of our episodes! Click here to browse the archives.
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    • 24 min
    Frank at Home on the Farm with Jordan Thomas

    Frank at Home on the Farm with Jordan Thomas

    If you’re looking for fun ways to sport your geekiness, may we recommend Galaxy Gear Boutique. Galaxy Gear Boutique is the place to go for ready-to-ship items like headbands, scarves, and scrunchies to custom sewn clothing items like gloves, kimonos, and leggings. Follow @GalaxyGearBoutique for the latest!
    Before this week’s episode we want to thanks some special people: Kris, Hannah, Rhea, Victoria, Nat, and Narzra. We can’t tell you how much we appreciate your support of The Sartorial Geek. To join them, head to patreon.com/sartorialgeek.

    I am so, so excited to introduce you to Jordan Thomas and Frank At Home On The Farm. 
    Frank At Home On The Farm is a period, body-horror, mystery that tells the story of a man returning from the First World War to find his family mysteriously missing from their farm. This sets in motion a series of events that claw and tear at Frank's mind, body, and soul.
    Please believe me when I say this is one of my favorite comics I’ve read in a very long time. If you’d like to get your hands on this series, you can purchase from Scout Comics or head to Jordan’s Kickstarter (Which is also a great place to scope out other amazing stories. Follow Jordan to get first dibs on the stories he creates and backs!)
    You can also follow Jordan or Twitter or Instagram to stay up on the latest comics news.
    I hope you enjoy Frank At Home On The Farm as much as I did! Have a great week, and stay nerdy!

    Special thanks to our executive producers for this episode Geeklery, Galaxy Gear Boutique, NW Nerd Podcast, LoganArch, and Karen Hallion.
    If you enjoyed this episode, you might love the rest of our episodes! Click here to browse the archives.
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    • 21 min

Customer Reviews

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161 Ratings

161 Ratings

Meghan Griffin ,

5 stars!

Liz and Jordan are a delight in a world that is too insane right now!

mr.ladytoast ,

One of the best podcasts for geeky people!

Mixing the perfect amount of fashion and nerdom to create the podcast I never knew I needed. Sartorial Geek is the perfect thing to listen to for style tips, con tips, and a general fix of fandom. If you're not listening, what are you even doing? Jk, but really. Listen to Sartorial Geek!

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I love this podcast!!

I’ve been following The Sartorial Geek on Instagram for about two years now and I never listened to the podcast! About a month ago I decided to listen and I’ve been hooked! As soon as I get a new podcast notification I just have to listen and I also am listening to all of the archives. The amount of different geeky topics is amazing! There hasn’t been one episode that I haven’t liked; even if I’m not a fan of a certain fandom, I still listen because it is so cool to experience how excited someone else is. This podcast deserves a ten star review because it is simply amazing!!

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